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[Subclipse-users] Running the server and connecting

From: Jon-derek Castagno \(RIT Student\) <jdc3640_at_rit.edu>
Date: 2006-03-15 05:07:30 CET

Hello. Here are some difficulties I have having a few troubles, I will
condense it. I can not to connect to my Repository on my machine. I used
the subclipse plug-in for eclipse and tried adding it as
http://localhost and it wont work. I also tried my IP. I think this is
because I need to run a server of some sort. Would apache work or is
there something better/easier? And if so is there anything special I
need to do. I have never used apache, but I would just install it and it
would run for the most part? The error I get is this if I am wrong as to
It currently says "Error validating location "org.tigirs.subversion.
                         Layer request failed.

svn PROPFIND request failed on "/".

svn PROPFIND of "/": Could not connect to server."


Through some correspondence with Mark P, I have some questions; I think
I need to use JavaHL or JavaSVN. I don't really understand the JavaHL
and JavaSVN and how I am suppose to use a the JavaHL client adapter. I
need to run my repository in a network thus the need for a server And
because I would be running I server I would not use the file:// protocol
right? Which is JavaHL? I read the subclipse information and I didn't
really understand it. Setting up users on the Server so the whole world
can't get in and mess with my files.
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.0/ch06.html is about setting up for a
network. Creating a svnserv seems pretty complicated and invoking it I
don't understand about any of the options such as daemon or tunnel mode
or inetd mode. I want mild security, Everyone (3 total) will be using
eclipse with the subclipse plug-in to connect. Preferably of course
secure is the best but if that is extremely complicated then I can
bypass it, I just truly care about making sure that we can all login and
have different names, so we can see who made what changes. Further on
it talks about configuring the Http apache server for clients and I
don't see where to put that information as in the Harry and Sally
example; is that at a command line? Or in a log file?

            I know this may seem novice and pretty unknowledgeable but
if I can get any help I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you all very
much for your time.



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